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What About Me?: Twelve Ways to Get Your Parents' Attention (Without Hitting Your Sister) #2020

What About Me Twelve Ways to Get Your Parents Attention Without Hitting Your Sister Kids compete for their parents attention with each other with the phone with work You name it they vie for attention with it Full of bright watercolors by Mits Katayama this new page book shows

  • Title: What About Me?: Twelve Ways to Get Your Parents' Attention (Without Hitting Your Sister)
  • Author: Eileen Kennedy-Moore
  • ISBN: 9781884734861
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What About Me?: Twelve Ways to Get Your Parents' Attention (Without Hitting Your Sister) By Eileen Kennedy-Moore, Kids compete for their parents attention with each other, with the phone, with work You name it, they vie for attention with it Full of bright watercolors by Mits Katayama, this new 32 page book shows children how being pleasant and positive even helpful is the best way to get noticed Recommended by pediatricians, parents and even Nanny 911 An excellent big sisterKids compete for their parents attention with each other, with the phone, with work You name it, they vie for attention with it Full of bright watercolors by Mits Katayama, this new 32 page book shows children how being pleasant and positive even helpful is the best way to get noticed Recommended by pediatricians, parents and even Nanny 911 An excellent big sister or big brother gift.

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    1. I reviewed this book for ReadersFavorite What About Me 12 Ways to Get Your Parents Attention Without Hitting Your Sister by Eileen Kennedy Moore recognizes the need of children to interact with their parents following the birth of a younger sibling Written in easy to read aloud verse, What About Me offers concrete things kids can do to solicit positive attention from their parents and encourages parents to reinforce those behaviors with a smile, a hug and loving words of acknowledgment The autho [...]

    2. Check out the video book trailer for a preview 2 min youtube watch v nGwRZf I wrote this book when my son was a frisky four year old, getting into trouble too often for hitting his sister As a mom and a psychologist, I knew that one of the best ways to deal with misbehavior is to teach kids positive ways to ask for what they need So, I made him a little booklet out of index cards, showing kind, helpful, and creative ways to get my attention He loved the booklet, and it definitely increased the p [...]

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